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18. Fact Pattern 16-2 Charlie and Dill sign a written contract for the sale of Dill’s BBQ Food Truck to Charlie. The parties intend their written contract to be a final statement of the terms of their agreement.
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Refer to Fact Pattern 16–2. Later Dill disputes some of the provisions in the deal with Charlie. If the dispute results in litigation, a court will most likely exclude evidence that
19. Fact Pattern 16-2 Charlie and Dill sign a written contract for the sale of Dill’s BBQ Food Truck to Charlie. The parties intend their written contract to be a final statement of the terms of their agreement. Refer to Fact Pattern 16–2. The writing that Charlie and Dill signed is
20. Fact Pattern 16-3 Alain and Brie sign a contract for the sale of Alain’s Patisserie to Brie. The parties intend their written contract to be a final statement of most, but not all, of the terms of their agreement—Alain must first buy the building from Commercial Properties, Inc., after which Alain and Brie will agree on a price. Refer to Fact Pattern 16-3. The writing that Alain and Brie signed is
b. supplementally integrated. c. partially integrated. d. conditionally integrated.

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